L&C Report: Opening Statements in the Army Veteran Murder Trial of Erica Stefanko

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Today on Law&Crime Report: Bob Bianchi brings you updates on this morning’s opening statements in the Army Veteran Murder Trial. Bob Bianchi’s Guests: Joseph Scott Morgan – Death Investigator Jilliam Gross – Fmr Bronx Assistant District Attorney #AlexanderAcosta #AhmaudArbery #BrettHankison Robert A. Bianchi, Esq. Attorney at Law https://bianchilawgroup.com/bianchi-law-group/robert-bianchi-esq/ You may already have access to the Law&Crime Network! Find out here: https://lawandcrime.com/where-to-watch/ No access? That’s okay! Subscribe direct to Law&Crime here: https://lawandcrime.com/subscribe/

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In This Story: Erica Stefanko

Erica Stefanko, 37, is accused of being a part of the murder of  Ashley Nicole Biggs, 25, which took place on June 20, 2012.

Stefanko was married to Chad Cobb, who had fathered a child with Biggs. Cobb confessed to killing Biggs, and pleaded guilty to her murder in 2013.

Stefanko is accused of being a part of the murder.  Investigators claim that a female caller lured Biggs – a Domino’s pizza delivery driver – to an empty business premises, where she was killed by Cobb. That caller, they allege, was Stefanko.

The trial continues.

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